Samsung Galaxy S21 5G Olympic Games Edition announced for Japan


If there is one thing that Samsung has managed to successfully do over the years is collaborate with a bunch of companies to create special editions of their phones. The latest collaboration is with NTT Docomo in which Samsung has taken the wraps off the Galaxy S21 5G Olympic Games Edition.

This is obviously to celebrate the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games which was postponed from last year to this year. It will be sold in Japan through NTT Docomo and it will sport a Phantom Blue finish and a gold side frame, and we have to say it looks pretty awesome! Unfortunately, given its exclusive nature we imagine that it would be almost impossible to get our hands on it, but one can always dream.

The phone itself will remain the same as the model that was released to the rest of the world earlier this year, which means that users can look forward to the same high-end performance except in a new coat of paint. Currently there is no mention of how much the phone will cost, but we imagine that it shouldn’t be too far off from the regular price of the Galaxy S21 5G, maybe a bit more because it’s a special edition.

Customers who are interested can go ahead and pre-book the phone through NTT Docomo’s website where it will be released this coming June.

Source: SammyHub

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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